About Me

Who am I?

I am a loving, caring woman. A wife, mother, minister, author, creative being, advocate and trailblazer.

What do I do?

I create trends. I tell stories. I create art. I whisper the unknown into the ears of those who are willing to hear. I’m endeavoring to change the world one breast at a time. What do I do? I live out loud and on purpose.

Why am I doing this?

Why not? More often that not we are given experiences as a learning and a teaching tool. Breast Cancer for me as been a learning as well as a teaching tool. I want to teach people how to be proactive in their own health care. I want to reach the world one Breast at a time.

My Mission

How am I going to do it?

I'm endeavoring to bring awareness through social media campaigns, speaking engagements, written and visual materials. As seen in: Enspire Magazine, Huff Post US and UK, Kirsty TV, Good Enough Mother, Ween Woman, Women You Should Know, Positively Positive, eWallstreeter, Hollywood Happenings, Step Towards Awareness, WEGO Health, Memphis Sun, Real Beauty-Pinterest. I tune Podcast kirsty tv, who talking, RSSPUMP News, Minute Clinic.

The National Cancer Institute estimates that about 40,000 women will die of breast cancer this year, and 230,000 new cases will be diagnosed with the disease. NCI estimates that women born now have a one in eight chance of being diagnosed with breast cancer at some time in their life.

Project Breast Control

Project Breast Control endeavors to reduce the stigma of breast cancer through education on symptoms and treatment. It is our desire to lobby for better care, more knowledge, and more patient empowerment. 

Maxine Devereaux-Health Activist

As a Breast Cancer Thriver it is my mission to change the way Breast Cancer is viewed. As I travel through cancer land I was never told about the pit stops along the way. I endeavor to reach out to other women who are newly diagnosed and let them know what lies ahead. I'd also like to let them know that we are not the sums of our body parts. I will continue to Live Out Loud and On Purpose until every six minutes a woman isn't diagnosed and every twelve minutes a woman doesn't die. 

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